O/A Rank Top-10 QB's
1 Jameis Winston
3 Marcus Mariota
45 Brett Hundley
78 Bryce Petty
118 Garrett Grayson
145 Shane Carden
201 Sean Mannion
238 Connor Halliday
285 Brandon Bridge
298 Jerry Lovelocke
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Selections 1-16

2015 NFL Draft - Rounds 1-7 Comments and selection grades
May 4, 2015

With the release of our team draft grades, we'll call an end to the 2015 NFL draft season. Looking forward to the 2016 draft already? Check for our preview on or around June 1.

   - Checkmarked picks represent Drafttek correct prognostications

1 Tampa Bay
Jameis Winston
    Florida St
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
228
Alternate Pick #1
Marcus Mariota
Alternate Pick #2
Brandon Scherff
Bucs' brass interviewed some 75 people associated with Jameis Winston since he was in grade school. We know Winston has engaged in some questionable behavior off the field, but on it he's a never-say-die competitor. A charismatic leader, Winston can rally the troops, no matter what the deficit. Let's just hope he can stay out of trouble when he suddenly becomes $20M richer. [Winston's Highlights]
Grade: A-
2 Tennessee
Marcus Mariota
    Oregon
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
211
Alternate Pick #1
Brandon Scherff
Alternate Pick #2
Dante Fowler Jr
The AFC South just got a lot more interesing with the Titans holding onto their #2 pick and going with Marcus Mariota. Knocked for a possible "lack" of emotional leadership, Mariota has been supported by former teammates that say he's solid as a leader of the offense. The Oregon QB will be adding a running threat in addition to a solid arm and the ability to bring stability to the QB merry-go-round in Tennessee. Can he emerge immediately in camp and become a bonafide leader from the jump? That's the million-dollar question. [Mariota's Highlights]
Grade:A-
3 Jacksonville
Dante Fowler Jr
    Florida
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
261
Alternate Pick #1
Vic Beasley
Alternate Pick #2
Amari Cooper
Jaguars get their "Leo" here. He is versatile and he fits the system. I felt they may take Leonard Williams but Fowler makes that defensive unit better.I have to give credit to the Jaguars. They know their system and they stuck to taking a player that fit, at a position of need. [ Fowler's Highlights]
Grade: A-
4 Oakland
Amari Cooper
    Alabama
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
211
Alternate Pick #1
Kevin White
Alternate Pick #2
Vic Beasley
We knew Derek Carr needed to be given some serious help in the receiving corps, and he just got it with the addition of Amari Cooper. A true #1 WR from Day One, he is among the most NFL-ready players in the Draft, regardless of position. While Kevin White's elite athleticism and Leonard Williams' versatility and ability to rush the passer had to be tempting, Reggie McKenzie went with the closest to a "sure thing" in this draft and gave his QB a major gift here in RD1. [Cooper's Highlights]
Grade: A-
5 Washington
Brandon Scherff
    Iowa
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
320
Alternate Pick #1
Vic Beasley
Alternate Pick #2
Kevin White
Last year, Bill Callahan was the recipient of Zack Martin a similar player and he helped him become and All-Pro. I expect to see them move Scherff inside to guard, next to Trent Williams. That would make for a physical, nasty left side, and Alfred Morris is probably counting his blessings right now. If they want to keep him at tackle, he will likely start on the right side. Terrific pick here with Dante Fowler Jr. being gone. [Scherff's Highlights]
Grade: B+
6 NY Jets
Leonard Williams
    USC
    DE34
    Reach/Value:     +4
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
302
Alternate Pick #1
Vic Beasley
Alternate Pick #2
Kevin White
It's not every year that the best player in the draft falls to you at 6. With Mo Wilkerson looking to score a fat new contract, this pick gives the Jets some leverage in those negotiations. It also shows that the new GM is thinking not just about the now, but the future. After the team received so much heat for drafting Sheldon Richardson, we all know how that pick turned out, it's almost impossible to be down on this pick.[Leonard Williams' Highlights]
Grade A
7 Chicago
Kevin White
    West Virginia
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
209
Alternate Pick #1
Trae Waynes
Alternate Pick #2
Danny Shelton
Jay Cutler loses Brandon Marshall, and then sees the Bear braintrust snag Kevin White and his 4.3 speed. This kid will be a monster to deal with once he starts to really gel at running precise routes. Big enough to battle high for the ball, White will create headaches for opposing defenses inside their 20-yard line. If Jay Cutler cannot make this work - even in White's rookie season - the Bears need to seriously believe they have a problem at QB.[White's Highlights]
Grade: A
8 Atlanta
Vic Beasley
    Clemson
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
246
Alternate Pick #1
Trae Waynes
Alternate Pick #2
DeVante Parker
Rumors abounded that the Falcons were looking to move up and grab Leonard Williams. As he fell, could it be . . .? No. The Falcons stayed put and got exactly whom they needed: a ridiculously-athletic edge rusher to fill the LEO position. He has excellent game tape and can beat tackles around the edge. The Falcons haven't a decent pass rusher - much less an elite one - since John Abraham left town. Falcons fans have to be happy with this selection. [Beasley's Highlights]
Grade:A



9 NY Giants
Ereck Flowers
    Miami (FL)
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     -5
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
329
Alternate Pick #1
Alvin Dupree
Alternate Pick #2
Danny Shelton
The Giants stayed put and filled a need with our 2nd-ranked OT in Flowers. He's an athlete in the body of a tackle, but fits the mold of G-Men trench warriors: big and nasty. He's a tad raw and there wasn't much of a consensus on his overall abilities. However, his presence may allow the team to shift Pugh inside, potentially upgrading two positions with one pick. [Flowers's Highlights]
Grade: B+
10 St Louis
Todd Gurley
    Georgia
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
222
Alternate Pick #1
Danny Shelton
Alternate Pick #2
T.J. Clemmings
Other than concerns about his potentially-recurring knee injuries that pop up from time to time, Gurley is one of those generational talents who has the chance to be an all-time great. Powerful, well-balanced, and a deadly weapon bouncing it outside, Gurley will need to improve on his blocking in order to keep his QB from being blasted. But imagine this guy on the carpet for the Rams' home game, and who will have an amazing ability to kick into that "other gear" at any time.[Gurley's Highlights]
Grade: A
11 Minnesota
Trae Waynes
    Michigan St
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
185
Alternate Pick #1
Marcus Peters
Alternate Pick #2
Alvin Dupree
Trae Waynes was the consensus pick for the Vikings here at 11, and this analyst totally missed the boat. Don't get me wrong; I recognized the need; however, with the depth available at this position, I was skeptical of the Vikings' interest in him. In the end, Waynes should pair with Xavier Rhodes to form one of the top starting cornerback duos in the league before too long. Given Coach Zimmer's pedigree in developing defensive backs, one can't help but get excited over this pick. [Waynes' Highlights]
Grade: A
12 Cleveland
Danny Shelton
    Washington
    DT34
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
327
Alternate Pick #1
DeVante Parker
Alternate Pick #2
Eric Kendricks
The Browns focus on the future with "Feast Mode," who will be the cornerstone of the defense for years to come. Shelton had nine sacks, but is best at stuffing the run, and making space for ILBs. He was the consensus choice among draftniks for the past month. Now, sit back and enjoy some highlights!
Grade: A
13 New Orleans
Andrus Peat
    Stanford
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     -11
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
313
Alternate Pick #1
Marcus Peters
Alternate Pick #2
Arik Armstead
Finally someone got through to GM Mickey Loomis and made it readily apparent that Drew Brees was running for his life far too many times last season. Don't be surprised if Peat moves in at LOT and the coaching staff slides Terron Armstead over to the right tackle spot. The area of major concern for Peat will be run blocking due to his tendency to remain much too high on the block. Coaching at the next level should help improve that element of his game and give Drew Brees peace of mind at both tackle positions. Andrus Peat Highlights
Grade: A
14 Miami
DeVante Parker
    Louisville
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
209
Alternate Pick #1
Marcus Peters
Alternate Pick #2
Breshad Perriman
Owner Stephen Ross may have been pulling for Todd Gurley but the "football minds" have linked Parker to the Dolphins since before the Combine. His traits mesh perfectly with Lazor's offense and, despite adding Kenny Stills and Greg Jennings, the 'phins needed more talent outside. Parker is a ball magnet, dropping just three passes since 2012, and makes acrobatic catches look easy, a la Odell Beckham. Need fits value/talent perfectly. [Parker's Highlights]
Grade: A
15 San Diego
Melvin Gordon
    Wisconsin
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -8
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
215
Alternate Pick #1
Malcom Brown
Alternate Pick #2
Alvin Dupree
The Bolts gave up a decent sum (4th Round pick this year and a 5th Round pick next year) to move up only two spots, but GM Tom Telesco gets his guy in Melvin Gordon here. We had Todd Gurley going to the Chargers for most of the draft season but, with Gurley taken at #10, that just wasn't meant to be. Gordon, the #1 RB on some boards, will be able to start from Day 1 and should be a real difference-maker for the Bolts' offense. Did they need to trade up to get him, though? [Gordon's Highlights]
Grade: B+
16 Houston
Kevin Johnson
    Wake Forest
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -12
Height:
6'0
Weight:
193
Alternate Pick #1
Malcom Brown
Alternate Pick #2
Marcus Peters
The Texans wisely select a lockdown CB to minimize the risk of losing J-Joe after the season. Kevin is a three year starter with 41 consecutive starts. Last year at Wake, he mirrored opponent's #1 WR inside and outside while playing press and off coverage. Kevin is versatile and used his quick twitch athleticism to limit opposing WRs to only 24 receptions last year. The Texans get a shutdown CB and eliminate future problems at the position, B+. ~CME, Texans' Analyst.

Traded Round 1 Picks:
Cleveland gets Buffalo 1st round pick (Sammy Watkins)
New Orleans gets Seattle 1st Round pick (Jimmy Graham trade)

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Top-40 Players
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8 Brandon Scherff
Iowa
ROT
17 Randy Gregory
Nebraska
OLB34
23 Melvin Gordon
Wisconsin
RBF
34 Carl Davis
Iowa
DE34
39 Maxx Williams
Minnesota
TE
46 Tevin Coleman
Indiana
RBF
56 Ameer Abdullah
Nebraska
RBC
66 Devin Smith
Ohio State
WRF
71 Devin Funchess
Michigan
WRF
84 Rob Havenstein
Wisconsin
ROT
109 Doran Grant
Ohio State
CB
110 Tyler Kroft
Rutgers
TE
112 Kenny Bell
Nebraska
WRF
113 Ibraheim Campbell
Northwestern
SS
114 Taiwan Jones
Michigan State
ILB
124 David Cobb
Minnesota
RBF
125 Frank Clark
Michigan
DE43
129 Tony Lippett
Michigan State
WRF
172 Stefon Diggs
Maryland
WRF
181 Jake Ryan
Michigan
OLB43
182 Deion Barnes
Penn State
OLB34
198 Jesse James
Penn State
TE
207 Louis Trinca-Pasat
Iowa
DT43
220 Curtis Grant
Ohio State
ILB
231 Ryan Russell
Purdue
DE43
253 Mike Hull
Penn State
OLB43
279 Andrew Donnal
Iowa
LOT
289 Chi Chi Ariguzo
Northwestern
OLB43
290 Cedric Thompson
Minnesota
FS
293 Warren Herring
Wisconsin
DT43
304 Sam Ficken
Penn State
PK
326 Yannik Cudjoe-Virgil
Maryland
OLB43
329 Zach Zwiniak
Penn State
FB
340 Darius Kilgo
Maryland
DT43
347 Keith Mumphery
Michigan State
WRF
356 Cameron Botticelli
Minnesota
DE34
369 Devin Gardner
Michigan
WRF
372 Kyle Costigan
Wisconsin
OG
381 Brandon Vitabile
Northwestern
OC
382 Deon Long
Maryland
WRF
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